I was trolling around Facebook one day during my break time when I stumbled upon a certain ad online. It was an ad for a free webinar on how to start a career in web development. It was supposedly no … read more
I’ve been so busy these past few weeks that I did not even notice that it’s the 30th of June already: the day Bongbong Marcos will officially take over the presidency after that brutal and miserable election season.
I did … read more
This is an excerpt of my closing monologue script for SFC Angeles’ Acoustic Night 2016. It’s a different time but I believe this monologue still applies to the current state of our society. The theme of the night is “hope, … read more
That’s it. We’re screwed as a nation. Common decency is dead, and I don’t expect Filipinos to have a proper dialogue and an initiative to unite and fix our issues, at least in my lifetime.
I get it. The former … read more
The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is not getting any better. This conflict is nothing short of heartbreaking.
It’s the kind of situation where it got too deep and muddy that you can’t even pinpoint a single fault and not be called out … read more
I was in a mall a few days ago. Walking around, I heard this old song No Touch by the legendary Juan Dela Cruz band. It’s one of those songs that as a Filipino Millennial I usually hear my titos… read more
“Nothing is black-and-white, except for winning and losing, and maybe that’s why people gravitate to that so much.” – Steve Nash
As I grew up, I’ve learned a few things about winning and losing. Winning feels good. Losing feels bad. … read more